new-doctor

Imagine Martin Freeman as 12's companion.
  • 12:Aw, fuck
  • Martin:no, fuck fuck
  • 12:fuck fuck fuck
  • Martin:fuckity fuckity fuck
  • 12:fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck
  • Martin:well, fuck fuck fuck fuck fuuuuck.
  • 12:Fuuuuck
  • Martin:FUUUCK
  • Together:FUUUUUUUUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCKFUUUUUUUUUCCCCCKKK

So we know we’ve seen this face before. In “Deep Breath” the Doctor keeps talking about how he’s seen this face before, but he can’t remember where. He says something about how the regeneration always chose his face from faces it knew. The first time we see this face is when Ten learns that, at least in some capacity, time can be rewritten, that even though history says everyone in Pompeii died, he could save this family.

The Doctor said to Clara, at the end, “I’ve made a lot of mistakes….it’s time to do something about that.”

Is it possible that the regeneration chose that face to remind him of the fact that he could change those mistakes?

And if so, what does that mean about his previously regenerated faces?

To grow attached to a Doctor…Some of us don’t. Some take years. Some take just a few episodes. Some need a very intense moment. And there are those who take seconds. So please respect each whovian time. As the Doctor regenerates, so do we. We change, we adapt. To the new person playing one of our favourite characters (if not the favourite). Don’t push it or say we need to just accept it. We’re all different, and that’s what makes our fandom beautiful.

Basically welcoming a new Doctor is like stepping into a shower without testing the water and it’s way to cold and you’re like “NO. SHIT. FORGET THIS.” And then wait, and it warms up and you’re like “Ah that’s better” and then, when you’re almost done you’re like “Goddamn it, no, I don’t want to get out.”